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  • | org_name = South Asian Securities Regulators' Forum ...ian Federation of Exchanges]] (SAFE) in 2005 to facilitate more integrated securities investment between its members. SASRF members continue discussing market re
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  • |employer = Securities and Exchange Commission <!-- Where the person works, or leave blank --> Stephen L. Cohen is associate director of the [[U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission]]'s enforcement division. On June 6, 2016 the SEC a
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  • ...ng-standing member of [[Wall Street]]'s so-called "[[bulge bracket]]" of [[securities]]-industry powerhouses that includes arch-rivals [[Morgan Stanley]], [[Merr ...53 percent to $1.47 billion, with losses of $1 billion in mortgages and [[securities]] and another $1 billion in [[credit market]]s.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://w
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  • ...ds CFTC meetings and Congressional hearings, testifies before Congress and regulators and writes comment letters on proposed rules and other issues that impact t For example, in 2016 FIA filed more than 70 comment letters with regulators around the globe, focusing on such issues as clearing equivalence, [[MiFID
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  • ...rings, initially focusing on offering futures on single stocks. But, the [[Securities Exchange Commission]] ([[SEC]]) was adamant the CBOT not pursue futures on ...as born to apply the principles of the CBOT's commodity futures markets to securities options, since there was already an [[over-the-counter]] market for stock o
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  • The American Stock Exchange, established in 1842, was a U.S.-based [[securities exchange]] that was [[acquired]] by [[NYSE Euronext]] in 2008.<ref>{{cite w ...Amex’s lower Manhattan headquarters. The deal was subject to approval by regulators, including from the [[SEC]] and Department of Justice. The transaction is e
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  • ...the second board for mid-caps and the tech-focused [[Mesdaq]] market. The securities business accounted for 56 percent of the group’s S$262.1 million operatin The company is regulated by the [[Securities Commission Malaysia]]. The company also operates an offshore center, the [[
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  • ...0 percent stake in DSM. NYSE Euronext and Qatar Holding rebranded the Doha Securities Market as "[[The Qatar Exchange]]".<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.forbes.co ...C TO CREATE JOINT VENTURE FOR MORE EFFICIENT CLEARING OF U.S. FIXED INCOME SECURITIES AND DERIVATIVES|org=NYSE Euronext|date=June 19, 2009}}</ref>
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  • ...funds]]. It is a [[privately held]] company and regulated jointly by the [[Securities and Exchange Commission]] and the [[Commodity Futures Trading Commission]]. ...Relationship|org=PRNewswire-FirstCall|date=March 10, 2010}}</ref>, [[Osaka Securities Exchange]], [[Russian Trading System Stock Exchange]] and [[Singapore Excha
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  • ...Because of losses suffered during the 2008 crisis in [[mortgage]]-related securities, Citigroup split into two businesses, [[Citicorp]] and [[Citi Holdings]], i ...n losses in late 2008 alone, more than half stemming from mortgage-related securities. The U.S. government stepped in twice to rescue the company with bailouts t
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  • In August 2008, BATS Trading Inc. received approval from the [[Securities and Exchange Commission]] to operate a stock [[exchange]] that would compet ...h [[Direct Edge]]. In August 2014 BATS entered into negotiations with U.S. regulators to settle accusations that Direct Edge gave unfair advantages to high-frequ
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  • ...Chicago Board Options Exchange]] (CBOE) was founded and call options on 16 securities started trading on April 26. A few years later, put options began trading. ...tracts the first trading day to more than 20,000 the following year. After regulators enabled [[bank]]s and [[insurance]] companies to include options in their p
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  • | org_name = U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission | products = U.S. government securities regulation
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  • | org_name = National Association of Securities Dealers (see [[FINRA]]) ...rganization]] (SRO) responsible for the regulation of its industry, with [[Securities and Exchange Commission]] (SEC) oversight.
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  • ...th the launch of Eurex Bonds, a wholesale trading platform in fixed income securities and Treasury discount paper. The platform is connected to Eurex Clearing's ...1264&displayLanguage=en|name=Nasdaq Completes Acquisition of International Securities Exchange|org=Nasdaq|date=July 1, 2016}}</ref>
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  • |employer = U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Christopher Cox was chairman of the U.S. [[Securities and Exchange Commission]] (SEC) from August 2005 to January 2009. He resig
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  • ...ation that coordinates homeland security issues with the federal financial regulators. He formerly was vice chairman of the [[Financial Services Information Shar ...cutive vice president and director of BancAmerica Options, Inc., and Tague Securities Corporation. He has been a member of the board of the [[Philadelphia Stock
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  • ...only by the [[CFTC]]. Single stock futures can be traded out of either a [[securities]] or a futures account. ...[retail]] circles and also because of the tax advantages of futures over [[securities]].
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  • *[[David Ruder]], Chairman of the [[Securities and Exchange Commission]] ...fx/2009/02/05/afx6012455.html|name=US Treasury's Geithner To Meet With Top Regulators|org=Forbes/Reuters|date=February 5, 2009}}</ref>
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  • ...ber 28, 2011}}</ref> Part of her role includes working with international regulators.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.nfa.futures.org/contact-nfa/index.html|name ...iliate Members Consultative Committee of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). She also co-chaired a subcommittee to develop and publ
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  • ...Person |name=Karl-Burkhard Caspari |pic= |loc=Bonn, Germany |job=European Securities Regulator |employer=BaFin |url=[http://www.bafin.de/bafin/lebenslauf_vp_en. [[Category:Regulators]]
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  • ...[[broker]]s with a significant presence in [[OTC]] products and [[cash]] [[securities]]. ...0589?cid=nl_wallstreettech_daily&elq=8e26955229584e0d9ee05353a2f0b26b|name=Regulators now know where MF Global Funds Went|org=Wall Street & Technology|date=Decem
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  • ...es. For example, AMF is a member of the [[Committee of European Securities Regulators]]. AMF Chairman [[Robert Ophèle]] represents the organization on this Comm [[Category:European Securities Regulators]]
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  • ...etsreformwiki.com/mktreformwiki/index.php/Prudential_Regulators Prudential Regulators]</div> ...tations of the Libor caused it to lose money on swaps, mortgages, mortgage securities and other transactions.
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  • | company_name = International Organization of Securities Commissions ...considered the world's most important international cooperative forum for securities regulatory agencies. IOSCO members regulate more than 100 jurisdictions.
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  • ...ugust 29, 2011}}</ref> Before that he was chairman of the [[International Securities Exchange]] from 2002 to 2006. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://people.forbes.com/ ...[[Chicago Board Options Exchange]] for his efforts to promote and educate regulators and the industry on put options. He earned the nickname “Mr. Puts” for
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  • ..._Rule:_Securities_Whistleblower_Incentives_and_Protections SEC Final Rule: Securities Whistleblower Incentives and Protections]</div> ...a veteran [[financial market]] regulator and former chairman of the [[U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission]].
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  • ...r_bios.aspx|name=Global Exchange CEO & Investor Conference |org=Rosenblatt Securities|date=October 7, 2009}}</ref> and the chairman of the [[World Federation of ...v/spotlight/seniors/bios/richard_ketchum.pdf|name=Richard Ketchum|org=U.S. Securities Exchange Commission|date=May 7, 2008}}</ref> Ketchum joined [[NASD]] as ex
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  • | products=Supervision of banking, financial services, insurance and securities markets ...ory Authority. BaFin is a member of the [[Committee of European Securities Regulators]]. [[Jochen Sanio]] serves as BaFin's representative on the Committee.
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  • |employer = Securities and Exchange Commission Andrew J. “Buddy” Donohue is chief of staff at the [[Securities and Exchange Commission]]. A former director of the SEC's Division of Inves
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  • ...countries. Deutsche Bank's lines of business include corporate banking and securities, transaction banking, asset management and private wealth management. It ha [[Deutsche Bank Securities Inc.]] is the investment banking and securities arm of Deutsche Bank AG in the United States.
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  • Sharon Brown-Hruska is a vice president in the securities and finance practice at [[NERA Economic Consulting]],<ref>{{cite web|url=ht ...sury, Chairman of the [[Federal Reserve Board]], and the Chairman of the [[Securities and Exchange Commission]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://burgenstock.sfoa.org/2
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  • ...King was associate director, division of trading and markets at the [[U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission]]. She had been with the SEC since 1993. She superv ...f period” before she could represent Getco to her former employer, the [[Securities and Exchange Commission]] (SEC).<ref>{{cite web|url = http://www.ft.com/cms
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  • ...andate covers [[asset]] management, [[bank]]ing and [[credit]] services, [[securities]], collective [[investment fund]]s, [[custody]] and [[trust]] services, [[c ...ates (UAE), the [[Insurance Authority of the UAE]] (IA) and the [[Emirates Securities and Commodities Authority]] (SCA) - which split oversight of financial serv
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  • ...Kong Securities Commission]]. He was appointed the CEO of the [[Hong Kong Securities Exchange]] in October 1987 and then moved to the UK in 1989 as CEO of the [ [[Category: Regulators]]
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  • ...08 [[Citigroup]] agreed to a takeover of Wachovia Bank in a deal backed by regulators which gave the government a stake in one of the nation's biggest [[bank]]s. ...via would acquire [[A.G. Edwards]], which will be combined with [[Wachovia Securities, LLC]] to create a [[retail]] [[brokerage]] firm with $1.1 trillion in clie
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  • ...Energy Exchange are the subsidiaries of SHFE. It is regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (“CSRC”). ...ug. 24, 2004, and the SHFE has been one of the most active campaigners for regulators to approve new commodity and financial products. While it has long sought t
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  • ...+executives?openDocument#deputy|name=ASIC Senior Executives|org=Australian Securities and Investments Commission|date=March 26, 2008}} </ref> He was appointed t [[Category:Regulators]]
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  • ...Mutual]] on Sept. 25, 2008 after the troubled thrift was seized by federal regulators, marking the biggest bank failure in the nation's history and another stunn === Treasury & Securities Services ===
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  • The organization is a member of the [[Committee of European Securities Regulators]]. The director general serves as Finansinspektionen's representative on th ...es about 3,700 companies that include banks and other credit institutions, securities companies and fund management companies, stock exchanges, authorised market
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  • ...te electronic transaction network, typically maintained by major banks and securities companies, where stocks are bought and sold by clients of those companies. The dwindling market share at U.S. equity exchanges prompted them to ask regulators to curb off-exchange markets such as dark pools. In July of 2013, the board
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  • ...00 market infrastructure members, including 66 exchanges from across the [[securities]] and [[futures]] industry representing the vast majority of [[exchange-tra ...rs to establish standards for the proper functioning of publicly regulated securities markets.
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  • | org_name = Federation of European Securities Exchanges ...odity]] derivatives arenas. With 24 members, FESE represents close to 40 [[securities]] exchanges from all the countries of the EU, Iceland, Norway and Switzerla
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  • | org_name = South Asian Securities Regulators' Forum ...ian Federation of Exchanges]] (SAFE) in 2005 to facilitate more integrated securities investment between its members. SASRF members continue discussing market re
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  • ...rimary mission is to protect investors and maintain the integrity of the [[securities]] market, including the [[Cairo Alessandria Stock Exchange]] (CASE). [[Category:Regulators]]
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  • ...Association of Insurance Supervisors, the [[International Organization of Securities Commissions]] and the International Organization of Pension Supervisors. [[Category:European Securities Regulators]]
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  • ...ox Person |name=Eddy Wymeersch |pic= |loc=Brussels, Belgium |job= European Securities Regulator |employer=Banking, Finance and Insurance Commission |url=[http:// ...18, 2007}}</ref> is the chairman of the [[Committee of European Securities Regulators]]. He also serves as chairman of the Belgian [[Commission Bancaire, Financ
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  • | company_name = European Securities and Markets Authority | products = Securities market regulation
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  • |employer = European Securities and Markets Authority ...ma.europa.eu/index.php?page=whos_who&mac=0&id=|name=Who's Who|org=European Securities and Markets Authority|date=March 24, 2011}}</ref>
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  • ...= European Securities Regulator |employer=Committee of European Securities Regulators |url=[http://www.cesr-eu.org/index.php?page=whos_who&mac=0&id= http://www.c ...served as the secretary general of the [[Committee of European Securities Regulators]] from 2002 until 2008. He was succeeded by [[Carlo Comporti]].
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  • ...s the regulatory functions that used to be carried out by the former State Securities Commission, the State Insurance Supervision Agency and the Insurance Superv ...lgarian markets. FSC is a member of the [[Committee of European Securities Regulators]] and [[Apostol Apostolov]] represents FSC on the Committee.
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